Dissidentpress

November 26, 2007

Drawing illustrates the way back to reality from tax financed welfare – without a war

Back to reality

Most of the European welfare systems are to a very high degree built on tax-payments and public expenditures distributed over the lifetime –the Danish almost entirely. That’s the reason why they were heading for ruin from beginning in 1970s. In Denmark the non-Western immigrants cost the society, in the end the businesses 2.5 mio. ddk a individual in average a lifetime, the Danes cost 750,000 ddk in average (the difference is a factor 3.3). These calculations originate directly from the Danish official Welfare Commission that was reported in the newspaper Boersen 1 December 2005.

Let the green oval illustrate the Danish public sector, and the blue the private, free trading sector in the drawing below.

As matters stand in Denmark it is impossible to force the development from the upper to lower structural relation of sector sizes, because the public sector drains the possibilities of private sector too much to make innovation and expansion along with all the other costs. If we continues to demand a public sector of size almost as at present in the long, there has to be a temporary reduction of the public sector.

There are no other possibilities and the international competition forces us to act today instead of tomorrow or we shall loose every public impact.

The red arrow indicates the impossible choise or the ideological way. The black arrow shows the possible way. There is no other way. If the structures are not changed very soon in the two biggest European nations on the European mainland, and even if international competition combined with the steadily increasing problem of financing welfare made by the increasing share of pensioners and at the same time the decreasing accession to the labour force plus the self-created miss of a solution to the problem with missing European fertility substituted by Middle East fertility and immigration – with the results illustrated in the calculation on Danish relations in the first part – Europe will go bankruptcy again or become an Arab caliphate. ‘Eurabia’ is just an ideological construction with a unwanted distance to reality enjoyed for a short time by the European Elite.

Until now they have chosen to lie about matters and surrender to Arabic oil countries and/or face another war. The more years the solution is postponed the bigger the collapse. It is pure mathematic.

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Jens

November 21, 2007

Its a MUST: Islam: What The West Needs To Know

http://thepiratebay.gd/tor/3686164/Islam_-_What_the_West_Needs_to_Know_(Examination_of_Islam)(2006)

From the abstract:
“…The most important characteristic of Islam not understood by the West is that it is more a system of government than a personal religion. Throughout its history, Islam has never recognized a distinction between the religious and the secular/political. Islamic law governs every aspect of religious, political, and personal action, which amounts to a form of totalitarianism that is divinely enjoined to dominate the world, analogous in many ways to Communism…”

You simply have to download this film. Do it today or it could be too late.

Jensn

November 20, 2007

‘The dollar is definitely not quite passé’

President of Iran Mahmoud Ahmadinehad recently used the following expression about the American currency dollar at the meeting with the oil producers in Saudi Arabia: “A worthless piece of paper”.

The American dollar has since the last global war (WW2) been substantial overestimated, because USA made an agreement with Saudi Arabia on oil extraction and on foreign and security policy on way home from the Jalta Conference 4-11 February 1945.

It developed further on and petro dollar kept its rate of exchange at a level higher than corresponding to USA’s ability to compete. The dollar was simply kept up, because an enormous amount of monetary units from the oil trade remained abroad and did not returned to USA to demand goods. Dollars was demanded everywhere after WW2.

This phenomenon has the American government aimed to reverse to get closer to its ability to compete in a globalizing world since 2000. In addition Iran was one of the first oil countries that replaced its oil trade to the European compulsory Euro in the Euro-Zone.

A lot of rumours are told – also in Denmark. On the anti-war front it is often reported that USA
is close to bankruptcy. Let me express it in this way: This rumour does distinctly not build on any insight at all. The war expenditures – that is mentioned in this connection – are mostly financed by government bonds. A substantial amount of those has been sold to among others China. This is a kind of safety net, ‘where the believers had hoped they had found a dead dog burried’. It’s just about the time to remember ‘Funny Ali’.

The war of interest-rates that actually has been fought across the Atlantic – as usual I am tempted to remark – has among other things the effect that EU with a strong oil trading currency has severe difficulties with getting the real economy of EU going toward a popular succes. They chose what we have called New-Merkantilism instead of making order on the home front. ‘Naturally it is quite different in Demark, as you might imagine or perhaps heard’. Anyhow we have explained earlier why the Euro is not a protection against international competition, and why the currency rate and speculation do not secure any dynamic capital creation that is the precondition for every responsible society in development, rather on the contrary.

That a new alliance between the Arabic countries and EU – the Mediterranean Process – is emerging might be overlooked by a few ‘weak-sighted’, even though the efforts has been held semi-secrete by the chosen ones and the European Elite. That is perhaps the reason why Iran uses this rhetoric. In addition there is still a lot of sanctions intact against Iran, and a continuing international claim of an effective control with its atomic program.

19 November 2007
J. E. Vig, M. sc. (Economics)
Denmark
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A new international monetary system shall be needed

November 17, 2007

New Book by a Macedonian: The Coming Balkan Caliphate

kalifatet.jpgOn Tochi Percan blog we find: http://balkanpress.blogspot.com/2007/11/en-ny-bok-coming-balkan-caliphate.html

An excerpt:

Christopher Deliso has written a book with the title The Coming Balkan Caliphate: The Great Radical Islam to Europe and the West. The writer has lived in Macedonia and have investigated the Radical Islamism on Balkan: Bosnia and Kosovo.

Om Bosnien skriver han så här:

It would not be until the watershed events of September 11, 2001, that the role of Bosnia as an incubator and catalyst for international terrorism would become impossible to ignore. This embarrassing truth had long been suppressed by the many Western diplomats, journalists, and public relations hacks who had built large fortunes and careers on protecting this myth of their own making…Preliminary to any historical debate, therefore it must be acknowledged that high-powered Washington lobbyists and much of the Western media purposefully distorted, omitted, and concealed key facts on the ground.

An on Kosovo:

Albanians, whether from Albania, Kosovo, or Macedonia, have scoffed at the idea of a major religious fundamentalist incursion in their midst. So have their Western yes-men. The West heavily backed the Kosovo Liberation Army during the NATO bombing, despite the presence of mujahedin in its ranks, and for Western publics to suspect that this cause has been muddled up with an Islamist one would amount to a public relations disaster for both Clinton-era political veterans and for the Albanians themselves. Indeed, it would call into question the entire rationale for Western intervention in Kosovo…”

[…]

Excerpt from: http://www.exilestreet.com/Columns/Gorin/20071030GorinCaliphate.html

The Islamist cause that Deliso refers to is the prevalence of Saudi Arabia, UAE and others who have been active in the Balkans since even before Western interventions there but for whom the interventions were a major boon — and downright coup. Wahhabi groups and “charities” entice Albanians in Kosovo and Macedonia with hundreds of dollars per month for every family member who adopts the strictest form of fundamentalist Islam. To that end, the Balkan landscape has been changing, not only with the new, Saudi-style mosques now dotting the formerly Christian lands, always taller than the nearest (and usually vandalized) church, but also with the increasing prevalence of Wahhabi dress and worship.

No apologist for the Serbs, Deliso engages in the standard scolding of the Serbian lobby for its alleged exaggeration of Albanian-connected terror, though he doesn’t go on to debunk any specific exaggeration. Rather, his book demonstrates a terror-laden Balkan reality beyond what even the wildest exaggeration could conceive. Among the revelations in the book is that terror-connected, Saudi-based charities were pulling at least some of the strings behind the big Kosovo pogrom of March 2004, in which 35 churches were dynamited, hundreds of Serbian homes burned, 1,000 people injured and 19 killed. Insider revelations about this episode, however, include that “19″ was just the “agreed” number, with the actual death toll at more than 30 (indeed, initial, pre-damage-control reports had the number at 31). Two other unreported facts are that the rioters killed six NATO peacekeepers and slashed the throats of Serbian farmers’ pigs. Most embarrassing for UNMIK (UN Mission in Kosovo) authorities, reports Deliso, is that the U.S.— and UN-supported Kosovo Prime Minister Agim Ceku’s officers “actively aided the mobs.”

Sonia

November 16, 2007

Jihad has begun in Amsterdam, The Economist wrote three years ago

“Islamic terrorism in Europe

Islamic terrorism in Europe

Nov 11th 2004
From The Economist print edition

“THE jihad has come to the Netherlands.” That was the verdict of Jozias van Aartsen, parliamentary leader of the power-sharing Liberals (VVD), after the violence following last week’s murder in Amsterdam of Theo van Gogh, a film-maker, by a Muslim radical. Attacks on mosques and Muslim schools were met by retaliatory attacks on churches. A raid on a terrorist cell in The Hague turned into a street battle featuring hand grenades and wounded policemen, before two suspects were arrested.

This sorry tale raises a big issue not just in the Netherlands, but across Europe: how far should liberal societies tolerate the intolerant? For 20 years the instinct of many has been to defend the rights and cultures of growing numbers of Muslim immigrants, even radicals. Any other approach, it was feared, would pander to racists. But both multiculturalism and tolerance are now under broad attack. …”

Sonia

PS:

Burning cars all over Amsterdam for at least 6 days, we wrote 22 October this year
Amsterdam er overtaget skrev vi den 22. oktober (in Danish)
We did not write much more than we translated here.

Did you follow the TV-reports on the Amsterdam fires. In Europe there were none.

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